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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] Klingon Word of the Day: 'ul

Robyn Stewart ( [KLI Member] [Hol po'wI']

{'ul law'} mughlu'DI' "highly charged shock" lInglu'mo' mu'ghomwIjDaq
mu'tlheghvetlh vIchel vIneH. 'a {'ul} retlhDaq vIlan 'e' vInIDDI', {'ul} nop
mu'ghomwIj 'e' vItlhoj. <qIb lengwI'vaD> mu'tay' vIghItlh jIH'e' 'e'
vIqawbe'. chaq vay'vo' tetlhwIj vISuq. chaq bong tetlhwIjvo' mu'vetlh vIqIl.
'a chaq nop je tetlhlIj. yI'ol.

- Qov

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Boozer [] 
Sent: August 12, 2015 7:38
Subject: Re: [Tlhingan-hol] Klingon Word of the Day: 'ul

> Klingon Word of the Day for Wednesday, August 12, 2015
> Klingon word: 'ul
> Part of speech: noun
> Definition: electricity

chIch vay' 'oy'moHmeH 'oy'naQ 'ul law' tlhuD 'oH. 
Painstiks... emit a highly-charged shock for the express purpose of
inflicting pain. S32

KGT 65:  the painstik, {'oy'naQ}, a long staff that emits a powerful (and
painful) jolt of electricity ({'ul}). Though not an implement of ancient
origins (its use of electricity attests to that)...


The Companion in the Gamma Canaris region who rescued Zefram Cochrane was a
cloud-creature consisting of ionized mixture of gases and "simple
electricity". (TOS "Metamorphosis")

"Some creatures can pass energy through their bodies with no harm to
themselves; the electric eel on Earth. The giant dryworm of Antos IV. The
fluffy..." (Chekov, TOS "Who Mourns for Adonais?")

At qep'a' loSDIch MO confirmed the suspicion of a list member about its
origin: electronic goods sold in the US have a sticker on them saying UL
("Underwriter's Laboratory") showing they meet industry safety standards.
(via Qov)

'ul pat mutlhwI'  	electrician (n)
'ul Sech  			flashlight (n)
'ul 'aplo'  		battery (n)

HoS 				energy (n)

tlhuD 			emit [energy, radiation] (v)
Huj 				charge [up] (v)
rIH 				energize (v)

Ca'Non Master of the Klingons

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